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 Title & Authors
Quality Characteristics of Songgi Garaetteok
Woo, Min-Ju; Lim, Hyeon-Sook; Cha, Gyung-Hee;
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 Abstract
We conducted comparative analysis on the quality characteristics five different classes of the Songgi (Pine inner bark) Garaetteok with different pine inner bark 0%, 1%, 2%, 3%, and 4%, respectively. The experiment results show that color values of the Songgi Garaetteok pine inner bark powder, the L value highest in control group 72.91 while a value was highest in 4% group. As a result of measurements for three days, the moist content for control group and 1% group 48.89 and 51.65, respectively two hours production. On day 1, the moist content of all samples peaked. Harness peaked in control group 954.13, followed by 4% group. The DPPH radical scavenging ability of pine inner bark powder and the Songgi Garaetteok containing 4% pine inner bark highest at 11.61% and 7.14%, respectively. In evaluating antibiosis, the Songgi Garaetteok containing 4% pine inner bark the highest level of antibacterial activity. In sensory evaluation, the Songgi Garaetteok containing 2% pine inner bark received the highest score color, flavor, texture, taste and overall preference. The experiment that the Songgi Garaetteok pine inner bark powder has better antioxidative effect regular Songgi Garaetteok. Therefore, the Songgi Garaetteok 2% pine inner bark powder the most desirable of the Songgi Garaetteok containing pine inner bark.
 Keywords
pine inner bark;Songgi (Pine inner bark);Songgi Garaetteok;
 Language
Korean
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